Gallery: Evening Muse hosts Dog Party, Sneeze Attack, and Dollar Signs
Evening Muse hosts Dog Party, Sneeze Attack, and Dollar Signs
Photos by Kevin McGee
Breaking in the stage for the night was Charlotte’s Dollar Signs, a band who’s simply after a good time.
When everything is stressful and things sorta suck, why not seek out solace in a rock show?
According to Dollar Signs, group therapy in the form a show is the best way to deal with these trying times. They left their tears and beers on stage, effectively setting the tone for the rest of the night’s antics.
Sneeze Attack followed suit, offering a much different but still steady set. It’s cool to find bands who shouldn’t fit on a bill together, but do. Their self-described short, sharp, and glistening sweet music kept the crowd on their toes for what was to come. The show has just begun and there was already a handful of genres being thrown around. Know for traveling with a bunny and/or other furry friend, Sneeze Attack was just what the crowd needed to keep the night alive.
Speaking of furry friends, West Coast duet Dog Party brought their unique brand of punky beach tunes to the Queen City. With five records and a ton of touring on their resume, Dog Party successfully invoked a wave of nostalgia among the older audience members. But fear not, the sisters kept the attention of the younger crowd, having made a name for themselves just last year as they opened on Green Day’s Revolution Radio tour.
Though their quiet stage presence in between songs is quite misleading, their chaotic musical interludes are certainly enough to keep us coming back. You can find their latest release, Til You’re Mine, on right here, and catch their upcoming shows here, though hopefully you jump in sooner rather than later.
Full gallery of the night.
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